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Make a Holiday Rental Condo in Alleynes Bay, Barbados Your Home Away From Home

 

The area of Alleynes Bay on the west coast of beautiful Barbados is one of the hidden gems of the island. If you are looking for peaceful surroundings, activities within walking distance and spectacular sea views then renting an Alleynes Bay condo is the perfect option for you. Alleynes Bay is uncrowded, unlike other areas of Barbados, which means that you are guaranteed a tranquil time on your holiday. Should you wish to venture out from your beautiful condo, there are a myriad of activities available right on your doorstep.

Things to Do on Holiday to Alleynes Bay, Barbados

The first thing you will notice about Alleynes Bay is its wonderful beach. White, sandy and unspoilt: Alleynes Bay beach is one of the best places for a spot of sunbathing or swimming. There are also many watersports accessible at the beach including snorkelling, fishing, sailing, windsurfing and surf-fishing. Other activities that are available in Alleynes Bay include bird watching, walking, cycling and hiking.

Places to Visit on Holiday to Alleynes Bay, Barbados

The parish of St. James where Alleynes Bay is located has a lot for visitors to see and do – if you can tear yourself away from your rental condo for long enough!

Approximately 12 kilometres to the south of Alleynes Bay is the historic town of Holetown. Holetown was the first settlement on the island of Barbados and was originally named Jamestown. The name was changed thanks to the practice of unloading and cleaning ships in a small channel on the outskirts of the town.

Many visitors go to Holetown to see St. James Parish Church. This is the oldest church on Barbados and was built in 1628. The original wooden structure was destroyed by fire in the late 1600s and was replaced by a stone structure. The church has beautiful stained glass windows and some of the original stonework from the 17th century.

Weather in Alleynes Bay, Barbados

The whole of the island of Barbados is lucky enough to enjoy a moderate tropical climate. This means that visitors can bask in glorious temperatures most of the year round. The average daytime temperature during the dry season is 28°C, with it regularly reaching a high of 31°C and a minimum of 25°C. The wet season runs from June to November; although the average annual rainfall on Barbados is 40 inches. The island is also located away from the hurricane belt meaning visitors are unlikely to experience hurricanes or tropical storms.

Travel to Alleynes Bay, Barbados

For those looking to start their Alleynes Bay holiday, travelling to Barbados is very easy. There are regular, affordable flights on offer from various airlines including Virgin Atlantic, LIAT, British Airways, Thomson Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines and BMI. Travellers can depart from a number of UK airports such as Glasgow (GLA), Edinburgh (EDI), Liverpool (LPL), Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX) and London Heathrow (LHR). All flights land at the only airport on Barbados, Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI), which is approximately 15 kilometres from Alleynes Bay.

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              Fantastic property in a gorgeous location

              5 of 5
              This is a special place. The property itself is really excellent - it looks amazing, has plenty of room, with great facilities and the wonderful Esther who takes good care of you. It is an ideal home from home, and a luxurious base from which to explore this beautiful and varied island. The pool and sun loungers are perfect if you don't fancy the beach today. And what a stunning beach! Walk across the road and through the grounds of the Fairmont Royal Pavilion and enjoy a quintessential Caribbean beach - palm trees, fine white sand and stunning blue water. Add in the beach club and bar and you could spend the day here. Good food, excellent rum punch, and great service from Kerry, Sherlock and the team, who are very friendly. I can recommend the 'Big Mabel' ride behind the speedboat, and you must, must swim with the turtles - it is amazing! We ate at various places locally, and in Holetown and Speightstown, and never had a bad meal - invariably the blackened catch of the day was delicious. It is well worth hiring a car for a couple of days - Barbara, the managing agent in Barbados arranged for ours to be dropped off and collected at the house. This will allow you to discover how varied the landscape on the island is - the rugged east coast is such a contrast from the calm west coast on which Ridgecot House is located, and Animal Flower cave on the very north of the island was spectacular. I would also recommend a trip to Hunte's Garden in the middle of the island, which is stunning. Tina, the owner, was very helpful prior to our visit, giving us some great tips and promptly answering our questions. We have been home for a week and are already planning our next visit.
              • Review Submitted: 01-Aug-2016
              • Date of Stay: Jul 2016

              Fantastic stay on a fantastic island

              5 of 5
              The property is at the top end of a gated drive. All beautifully laid out and well maintained. It is literally a few hundred metres from the beach - but this does also allow you to escape from all that back to the tranquility of a 'home'. The layout or the property itself is great. Four bedrooms. Three with en suite and ample space for our family of six. It is clearly a ‘home’ rather than just a holiday rental and we much appreciated the style and comfort this provided. Really pleasant to be able to either sit out on the front veranda or on the side decking next to the welcome plunge-pool - or even a morning cup of tea upstairs on the large balcony! Had all the amenities (including an appreciated American-style fridge providing ice and chilled water). We would have no hesitation in recommending 5 Pavilion Grove - and are already pining for the island and the house.
              • Review Submitted: 02-May-2016
              • Date of Stay: Apr 2016